A new report claims that hackers can use phishing and malware-based attacks to take over locks and alarms connected to Samsung's smart-home platform.
Though iPhones tweaked by users have been hit by malicious software before, the new "AceDeceiver" malware, spotted in China, can infect factory-configured iPhones.
A flaw in the Ring Video Doorbell's design leaves its customers susceptible to network hacks.
Security gaps in almost every version of iOS and OS X make your Apple device vulnerable to attack.
Did you make a wish list on Target's mobile app? Well Ho ho ho, your phone number and address are publicly accessible thanks to a newly discovered flaw.
Mattel's chatty doll could give up sensitive information, while a hacker has already swiped children's pictures and personal info from toymaker VTech. Experts say Internet-connected toys are rife with security problems.
The keysniffer attack picks up your passwords when you type on a wireless keyboard. But hackers have to sneak up pretty close to make it work.
A researcher says a significant number of devices are vulnerable to hacking via image files.
Double-check what version of iOS and OS X you are running because outdated versions carry a huge vulnerability.
With two new "Stagefright" vulnerabilities discovered, almost every Android device ever released is vulnerable to malicious hackers. Fixing the bug isn't simple.